Monday, November 12, 2012


Title : Trusts, Estates & Real Estate - Representing Buyers and Sellers in Estate Transactions and Estate Planning

Date: February 26, 2012, 8:30 am to 12:00 pm

Location: Bank of America, 114 West 47th Street, 12th Floor (US Trust Bldg)

Details: This class is designed for practitioners of residential real estate and addresses a number of issues that the attorney should be aware of in connection with (i) estate planning techniques focused on real estate holdings as well as the administration of real estate holdings of a decedent and tax matters; and (ii) representing a buyer or seller in an estate transaction.

Instructor: Mary S. Croly, Esq.

CLE Credit: 3 Areas of Professional Practice Credits

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